Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Illiterates and Intellectuals

George Neumayr The American Spectator :

"Democrats, according to pollsters, receive votes from the least educated and the most educated, from grade school dropouts to college presidents. This suggests parallels between the undereducated and the overeducated that most professors don't wish to entertain. Illiterates and intellectuals form the odd couple of the Democratic Party.

How did it happen? One explanation is that both groups are drawn to the party's emotional demagoguery. Having lost contact with common sense through a skeptical distrust of reason, postmodernist professors more or less decide their politics on raw emotion -- the same passions that stir their uneducated fellow Democrats. "

Back to one of my mottos -- ""Life is a tragedy for those who feel.... and a comedy for those who think" Horace Walpole :

Monday, November 29, 2004

Pursue Happiness, Vote GOP

OpinionJournal - Outside the Box:
"a growing majority of Americans simply don't trust Democrats because Democrats don't trust Mr. and Mrs. America to make sound decisions for themselves and their families."

"What was determinative is that the two political parties view the American people very differently. The Republican Party has become the party of individualism, believing that free enterprise, market economies, and individual choices give people the best chance of a good life; that if ordinary Americans are left alone to make their own decisions, they will generally be good decisions, so they--not the government--should have the power to make them.

Conversely, the Democratic Party is the party of centralization, believing that a wise and benevolent, best-and-brightest, urban blue-county government can make better choices than those of rural, red-county Americans. This is not a new belief; it is the legacy of the 1930s (the New Deal) and the '60s (the Great Society). It was fully reflected in John Kerry's campaign: Taxes must rise and government must grow; trade must be regulated and limited; the 1935 Social Security system is perfect and nothing about it may be changed."

No Joke....

RatherBiased.com -- Dan's Announcement, And Ours

Kudos to the folks at RatherBiased.com.

I found their site about a year ago. In a non-partisan way, they pointed out the liberal slant Dan has had through much of his career.

Saturday, November 27, 2004

Zarqawi network appeals for help

World Tribune.com--Front Page

BAGHDAD — Sunni insurgents backing Abu Mussib Al Zarqawi have expressed alarm at the prospect of a defeat by the U.S.-led coalition in Iraq.

An audio tape said to be from Al Zarqawi charged Muslim clerics with letting down the insurgency "because of your silence."

Uh Oh... "Maybe this "insurgent" thing wasn't all we thought. Hey mullahs, get us some more boys for the maelstrom...." Ooops.

Wasn't all you thought was it boys? The 72 virgins all looked like Yassir Arafat, and brought 72 mothers in law with them. Burn

Friday, November 26, 2004

Hubris: Brand Democrat Fever - Catch It!

Hubris does a great job of taking the dems ideas about "make your own posters", and creating Real Democratic Party Messages.

Thursday, November 25, 2004

Happy Turkey Day -- New Site Meter

Happy Happy

Finally installed my site meter properly... what a non-geek I am! (maybe a good thing)

Anyway it is Thanksgiving. Here is what I'm thankful for:

My Lovely Fiance Debbie... I love you more each day.

My Family and Becki, Including my stupid Socialist Sister (at least I can convert her sons, muh ha ha ha)

My health

Too many cats in the house

Too many trout in the streams

and much more... Including my friends.. If you get this by e-mail, you are a friend. If you don't think so, don't e-mail me back.... I feel too good today to kick somebody's ass. Oh well, maybe I would feel better if I kicked yours.....

Lastly I'm thankful for each day I wake up and I'm vertical

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Rather Biased -- Maybe all the Press?

I've already said most of what I have to say here but I can't let Dan's passing go without comment.

"I guess the bottom line is this. I was taught that journalism was a profession. It was an honorable pursuit, and necessary to bring the TRUTH to the public. It was not a journalist’s job to bring his or her personal feelings or beliefs to the table, nor ALLOW them to color the truth. Naïve, wasn’t I.

Journalists were the part of society which kept us honest. I have for thirty years watched ”mainstream” journalism become nothing more than a propaganda mill. It is a shame, it is a disgrace, and until it is exposed to the light of day it is a threat to the democracy that our people have bled all over the world to protect."

THERE is the rub. Thirty years of propaganda that Josef Goebbels could have been proud of. Probably more than thirty. I've studied the wonderful work of Walter Duranty of the NY Times, who ignored Stalin's starvation and slaughter of 10+ million Ukranians in 1932-33. The Pulitzer Prize was awarded this Communist propagandist.

Much is made of the Holocaust, movies, historical news stories, and I absolutely agree with most of the press and focus which has been focused on this foul atrocity. As someone who is of partial German ancestry, during my life I have studied how the refined German people could become the animals who caused this genocide.

However, during my quest for the truth of that historical issue, I also picked up that there is more to the story of genocide. Over 100 million people have been killed in the name of Communism since 1917. Where is news, where are the movies, where is the outrage? Where? Where? Oh, how about one movie, "The Killing Fields". Nothing has been publicized about the Ukranians, and the other slaughters of Stalin. 40 million Chinese died of starvation and mass murder between 1959 and 1961. Rudolph Rummell of the University of Hawaii suggests that the Communist death total from 1900 to 1987 is 110,286,000. Where was our press? Did no one notice?

Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Justin Darr - MensNewsDaily.com:

"The UN acts like any other European Socialist bureaucracy. The bureaucrats arrogantly assume they know what is best for others at all times and any decision they make is correct for the simple reason that they made it. Above all else, the bureaucrats protect their own, accepting no responsibility for errors, and ensuring that all blame is placed outside of the organization."

Monday, November 22, 2004

Thanksgiving Blues

Thanksgiving Blues - Tom Purcell - MensNewsDaily.com

“Thanksgiving week is just around the corner. You’ll be with friends and family. How can you possibly be depressed?”
“Bush won a second term, man. The country is going down the tubes. How can I NOT be depressed?”

Aah, the Blue State Symptoms. Have you seen the pinheads on the TV who treat Election Selection Post Partum Depression or whatever they call the stuff.

GET OVER IT -- you guys are the idiots who nominated a commie traitor puff man for President. And you feel cheated?? Look at it this way, Your guy got 57 million votes (57 MILLION!) and the Prez got 60.. Thats only 3 million different..

Oh, wait a minute. Since about 180 million (lets call it 200 million) are eligible to vote, and only 117 million did, I guess the other 83 million didn't vote....

I guess by NOT VOTING, they are voting for the incumbent, the status quo... In other word, the final score is BUSH 143 Million FRENCH LOOKING A HOLE 57 Million. God I love math......

If you dems are going to be depressed, might as well do it in a big way.

Friday, November 19, 2004

From the American Spectator.

Just some interesting writing...

The American Spectator:
"We've been away longer than expected. But do you know how long it takes to patrol the Canadian border from the Pacific to the Atlantic and back again, with extra surveillance along the St. Lawrence and the Great Lakes? Since November 2 we've been running an underground railroad for anyone wishing to emigrate to the Great Maple of the North, out of concern that what happened to John Kerry and Tom Daschle and now Colin Powell could happen to them: defeat, division, drawing and quartering, the whole nine Bush yards, including compulsory Sunday school and firearm maintenance.

Thursday was an especially good day for our Canada repopulation project. All eyes were turned southward, as everyone who mattered, save Jerry Ford, reconnoitered in Little Rock, R-Kansas, to celebrate what appeared to many to be a mass outdoor baptism at the shrine of Sts. Clinton and Clinton. In a nice local touch, no one had bothered to place a roof atop St. Bill's Basilica, which permitted everyone in attendance to soak to the bone in unbottled Ozark waters. A mini-health care crisis broke out even before Holy Bill wrapped up the worship service to himself. No one could say if the new Clinton complex provides health services to visitors who come down with arthritis, rheumatism, and the first stages of pneumonia."

U.S. May Have Found Fallujah Militant Base

ABC News: U.S. May Have Found Fallujah Militant Base:
"Calls to Al-Zarqawi's family home in Zarqa, an industrial city northeast of the Jordanian capital, Amman, went unanswered."

As reported by ABC. Does ANYONE OUT THERE think it is strange that ABC has the phone number of this beheading terrorist scum's family. Why the HELL don't we pick up his FAMILY and "convince" him to change his evil ways? Comments?

Thursday, November 18, 2004

Guns & Burglars -- PROTECT YOUR FAMILY

Lawyers Guns & Burglars, Dave Kopel:

An excellent, scholarly work (note the footnote references) regarding the benefits of gun ownership in our society. Some excerpts:

"The researchers found that six percent of the sample population had used a firearm in a burglary situation in the last twelve months. [FN32] Extrapolating the polling sample to the national population, the researchers estimated that in the last twelve months, there were approximately 1,896,842 incidents in which a householder retrieved a firearm but did not see an intruder. [FN33] There were an estimated 503,481 incidents in which the armed householder did see the burglar, [FN34] and 497,646 incidents in which the burglar was scared away by the firearm. [FN35] In other words, half a million times every year, burglars were likely forced to flee a home because they encountered an armed victim."
Emphasis mine.

"In contrast, Missouri is one of only nine states which has no provision for citizens to be issued permits to carry handguns for protection. Thus, a criminal in St. Louis faces a very high risk that the target of a home invasion may have a lawful gun for protection, but minimal risk that the target of a street robbery will have a lawful firearm for defense. The same authors who studied active St. Louis burglars conducted another study of active St. Louis armed robbers. [FN68] They found that '[s]ome of the offenders who favored armed robbery over other crimes *355 maintained that the offense was also safer than burglary. . ..' [FN69] As one armed robber put it: 'My style is, like, [I] don't have to be up in nobody's house in case they come in; they might have a pistol in the house or something.' [FN70]

On the streets, many of the St. Louis robbers 'routinely targeted law-abiding citizens,' [FN71] who, unlike their counterparts in most American states, were certain not to be carrying a gun for protection. Law-abiding citizens were chosen as robbery victims because, as one robber noted, 'You don't want to pick somebody dangerous; they might have a gun themselves.' [FN72]"

This was obviously written before we got our CCW law passed in Missouri in 2003. (Passed the Legislature, vetoed by the Socialist, Liberal, POS, Democrat Governor Bob Holden, veto overridden, anti gunners went to see their friends in court, friends in court stayed law, then Supreme Court reversed the lower court, and STILL the City of St. Louis and St. Louis County will not issue CCW Licenses) I GUESS THE DEMOCRATS LIKE THE ROBBERS AND DON'T GIVE A DAMN ABOUT LAW ABIDING CITIZENS. Hey they wanted Felons to vote in Florida... get the point?

"Gun prohibitionists make all sorts of claims about the risks of 'a gun in the home.' [FN118] These claims have some validity if the gun is in the home of a violent felon, an alcoholic, or a person with suicidal tendencies. [FN119] But in responsible hands, guns are no danger at all, since the gun will only shoot in the direction in which it is pointed and will not fire unless the trigger is pulled. Whatever the risks of a gun in the home, the risks are borne almost entirely by the people in that home. The non-gun owners in the community get the benefit of safety from home invasion burglars, while assuming no risks at all. (The most significant external danger of a gun in the home is if the gun is stolen by a criminal, a risk that also applies to any other device that could be stolen and used by a criminal, such as a car or a crowbar, or any valuables that could be sold and the profits used to buy crime tools.)

Guns stay quiet and unobtrusive until needed. They do not bark all night and wake up the neighborhood, as dogs often do. Nor do guns rush into the street to attack and sometimes kill innocent people, as some guard dogs do. In New Zealand, where defensive gun ownership is unlawful, a surge of home invasions has led to greatly increased sales of aggressive dog breeds. [FN120] It is not clear that New Zealand neighborhoods are better off with more Rottweilers (which may be owned without restrictions) and fewer shotguns."

Duh. For all of you out there who don't own guns and defend your homes and receive the benefit of less likely home invasions because law abiding citizens like me do.... you are welcome. Now don't mess with the Second Amendment, or you will be ungrateful pinheads !!!

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Operation Phantom Fury Pictures

USATODAY.com - Operation Phantom Fury

Neil Boortz points out that the second picture of our guys in Fallujah shows SARIN gas. How about that.. we found weapons of mass destruction.

Another Maureen Dowd Assinine Statement

See all of this bs HERE:

"Fallujah, supposed to be a defining battle, showed only how undefined this guerrilla war is. The Marines swept into a city deserted by most of the insurgents, who were terrorizing and kidnapping Iraqis elsewhere.

Wednesday, the military said it dominated 70 percent of Fallujah. But what good does that do if 98 percent of the bad guys have already moved on, or if 100 percent of the Sunnis boycott the elections out of anger over the assault? "

Damn Maureen, I wish I was as smart as you Bigoted Blue Staters. If Fallujah is deserted, just who are our Marines shooting? Who is in the over 1,200 body bags? Who are the press concerned with as cats and dogs eat their rotting bodies?

This woman is SOOOO over the top. She is SOOOO gone. The best thing I think she can do for the NYT is continue writing, so their credibility continues its long, long ride down the shitter.

Yes Rachel, Feminism Really Is A Crock

Pete Jensen - MensNewsDaily.com:

"Oh where shall I start on my power? We have the power to be drafted, to be locked up without due process or evidence on spurious rape and abuse charges (Because, of course, the charge is so serious); the power to be systematically locked out of our children�s lives; to be assessed 'imputed' income in a child support proceeding far in excess of our ability to make, or our history of making; the power to be eliminated from or denied jobs and education in the name of 'Affirmative Action'; to be beat up, not fight back, walk out of a 'Domestic Situation' with the blood running from our face and still be locked up as the 'primary aggressor.'
Or maybe it's the host of all-male schools and establishments where no woman is allowed to tread, the exclusive Men/s Scholarships, agencies devoted to our every whim, and the 'Violence Against Men Act.' When we get attacked by women, we are never made fun of on Jay Leno, nor when we are sexually harassed.
Yes, Rachel, by all means, let me revel in my power."

Bookmark this guy.... he's got it together

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

God Bless our Troops in Fallujah... And get this guy some Marlboros!

The Last Battle of Vietnam

Mudville Gazette

It never occurred to me, ever before,
That our Navy would win the Vietnam War.
When they took to their boats in this year of elections,
With the mission of making some major corrections
I shared their belief, John should not be elected,
And their view overdue, truth should be resurrected.
Yet I questioned the course they’d set themselves for,
Knowing how John was loved by the media whore.

Monday, November 15, 2004

Corporal Smuckatelli Comes Calling

Bob Newman - MensNewsDaily.com�:
"God bless the Marines. Long live the Corps. Death to those who oppose us and may our enemies' souls suffer in the bowels of hell for eternity. "

Followers of Islam: Can You See the Blood on Your Hands?

Barbara Stock - MensNewsDaily.com�:
"Since the events of September 11, 2001, we Americans have spent much time reassuring Muslims that we are sure that the radical among them is a small number. President Bush has repeatedly stated that a small number of fanatics have 'hijacked' a peaceful religion. But is Islam a 'peaceful' religion? "

In no way is Islam a peaceful religion. Do two things.. One, look at recent history. 9-11, Beslan, Israel, etc. Two, tell me of ONE MUSLIM PROTEST to their atrocities. JUST ONE.

If you are a member of a group, and that group does something which you don't believe in, it is your DUTY to RENOUCE the action. Guilt by association? You are ABSOLUTELY CORRECT.

If it looks like a duck...

Saturday, November 13, 2004

Bush Applauds Arafat's 'New Attitude'

From ScrappleFace

"U.S. President George Bush today praised Palestinian leader Yassir Arafat for "assuming a new attitude," according to a White House spokesman.

"The president believes that Chairman Arafat's new attitude is one that bodes well for peace in the Middle East," said spokesman Scott McClellan. "Arafat's rhetoric has cooled in recent days."

U.S. negotiators reportedly expect the Palestinian leader to put up less resistance to reasonable proposals, thanks to "a new posture that is more grounded, stable, consistent."

"Chairman Arafat seems to be taking an in-depth look at the land he has fought to defend," Mr. McClellan said, "and yet he's looking up to a promising future, where the grass is greener. President Bush has long believed that it's your attitude that determines your altitude, and Mr. Arafat has become a great illustration of that.""

Friday, November 12, 2004

A National Party?

A National Party?

This article by Hugh Hewitt adds to some of my thoughts regarding the election. After I recognized that I was actually part of a Majority party, I started to think some interesting thoughts.

One, our two party system can function only with two strong parties. Now I've always thought the dems were mind numbed socialists, with few exceptions. I have voted for dems in my life. But today, the dems have literally been hijacked by the liberal elitist intelligentsia. I don't see any working class people in the dems anymore, just race baiters and elitist snobs.

The Republican party has a diverse make up, and it is growing more diverse. You have single issue people in the party, promoting pro-life, or pro Christian, or gun rights, or lower taxes, etc. You also have people like me, who are conservative fiscally and Libertarian socially. I don't believe it is up to me to judge someone's lifestyle or actions, unless they have some effect upon me personally. I don't care what they do, but I'll be damned if I'll pay for it.

I want to pay taxes for two causes. First, national defense (protect my sorry ass). Second, the interstate highway system (move my sorry ass around in a quick, expeditious, manner). The rest of our government is special interest BS. BTW, I once heard Hillary Clinton say that she "felt sorry" for people who believe in taxation for the exact two reasons that I believe. I'm glad she "feels"... now you can BITE ME you Concrete Calved, Self Righteous, Skank!

The Republicans cannot shut the door on the Arlen Spectors of the Party, or they will have problems. The litmus test issue will polarize the party. I don't care for Arlen much, he's kind of an egotist, but aren't we all. We need to be the "big tent" of the future to keep power. We have to keep power to lower taxes and the burdens of our overwrought judicial system.

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Carter calls Arafat a "powerful human symbol"

Yahoo! News - Former US President Jimmy Carter calls Arafat a "powerful human symbol" DID I NAIL THIS OR WHAT?

When are we going to put Carter out to pasture... He is totally gone. Go here to see where Carter said "Had the British Parliament been a little more sensitive to the colonial‘s really legitimate complaints and requests the war could have been avoided completely, and of course now we would have been a free country now as is Canada and India and Australia, having gotten our independence in a nonviolent way."

This MORON thinks we should not have fought the revolutionary war!!! What a NATIONAL EMBARRASSMENT

Bye Yassir

Well, the international terrorist who won the Nobel Peace Prize is gone. I maintain that the ONLY thing Clinton did well was to give this camel jockey the boot during the Camp David peace talks.

From what I can remember, the Israelis (who were shaking us down, too) were giving the Palestinians pretty much everything they wanted. This was Clinton's big shot at a "legacy", other than the impeachment and his perjury. Clinton walked away from the table since both sides were trying to shake us down.

Saw a NYT article praising him today. The SMSM are doing it again. Perhaps Carter can go to his funeral.....he never met a terrorist or dictator he didn't like.

My friend

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Neal Boortz on Fallujah

boortz.com: Nealz Nuze Today's Nuze: "I'm not a nice person ... so I can tell you that I'm looking forward to seeing the stacks of body bags containing the remains of the Islamic insurgent terrorists who have been targeting our troops and Iraqis seeking freedom for months. 'Bout time."


Top court brands Belgian far-right party racist

Top court brands Belgian far-right party racist: "saying that freedom of speech had its limits under tough new anti-racism legislation."

Wrap your mind around this. Unelected judges have found the largest political party in Belgium guilty of racism, cutting its public funding.

"What happened in Brussels today is unique in the Western world: never has a so-called democratic regime outlawed the country's largest political party," Vlaams Blok leader Frank Vanhecke said in a statement.

"Today, our party has been killed, not by the electorate but by the judges"

Remember this... this may be the start of the "legal class" trying to usurp the power of the people. If you don't believe a Hillary Clinton would support this type of action, you are wrong.

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

The Ten Worst Media Distortions of Campaign 2004

For my sister, Alice.....GET THE MESSAGE....COME OVER FROM THE DARK SIDE.....

Monday, November 08, 2004


boortz.com: Nealz Nuze Today's Nuze:

"Just what is Bush proposing? Is it truly as hideous and ugly as the Democrats portray it? Will it be the end of our country; the end of life as we know it in America. Hardly. Bush simply plans to allow "younger workers" (however that may be defined) to take some of the money that the government confiscates as Social Security payroll taxes and put that money in a private account. This account would be owned by the individual. Government can't take it away. If the individual dies before retirement the account goes to his family, not to the government. He earned that money. It's his. It remains his. What, pray tell, is so horrible about this idea?

For Democrats, the issue is control. There is a huge segment of our society that is or will be almost totally dependent on Social Security benefits when they reach retirement age. These people would be shocked to learn that they have absolutely no irrevocable right to any benefits at all. You get those benefits if the politicians want you to get those benefits.

Excellent analysis, as usual, from Neil Boortz. Look folks, its simple..... Capitalism or Socialism. Individual Rights and Intiative or the Group Mentality and "Common Good" which emphasizes the weak and stupid, bringing us to the lowest common denominator in the name of "diversity" or "self esteem".

It seems the American People have chosen... How about you?

Saturday, November 06, 2004

Required reading for the SMSM

Glenn Reynolds: Tech Central Station - Elections and the New Media
"It was a make-or-break election for the Old Media. And they broke."

The SOCIALIST MAINSTREAM MEDIA -- spin and lies for forty years -- from Walter Cronkite to Dan Rather. What a ride.

Have you ever thought that it takes NO special training to be certified a journalist? OMG since I blog, I may be one. (got to go... need to shock myself on a light socket)... enjoy

Peggy Noonan re the SMSM

OpinionJournal - Peggy Noonan:
"Who was the biggest loser of the 2004 election? It is easy to say Mr. Kerry: he was a poor candidate with a poor campaign. But I do think the biggest loser was the mainstream media, the famous MSM, the initials that became popular in this election cycle. Every time the big networks and big broadsheet national newspapers tried to pull off a bit of pro-liberal mischief--CBS and the fabricated Bush National Guard documents, the New York Times and bombgate, CBS's '60 Minutes' attempting to coordinate the breaking of bombgate on the Sunday before the election--the yeomen of the blogosphere and AM radio and the Internet took them down.

It was to me a great historical development in the history of politics in America. It was Agincourt. It was the yeomen of King Harry taking down the French aristocracy with new technology and rough guts.

God bless the pajama-clad yeomen of America. Some day, when America is hit again, and lines go down, and media are hard to get, these bloggers and site runners and independent Internetters of all sorts will find a way to file, and get their word out, and it will be part of the saving of our country.

Last note. As much as anyone, the POW wives of Vietnam, who stood against the Democratic nominee for president and for the Republican, can claim credit for the Bush victory. Everyone with a computer in America, and a lot of people with TVs, saw their testimony about the 1970s, and their husbands, and John Kerry. You could not come away from their white-haired, soft-faced, big-eyeglasses visages without thinking: He should not be commander in chief."

Friday, November 05, 2004

IMAO Gives us a good video

Thursday, November 04, 2004

OpinionJournal - Featured Article

OpinionJournal - Featured Article: "The President's opposition went all-in, as they say in poker, with the most relentlessly partisan performance by elite cultural institutions that we've ever witnessed. Hollywood, CBS, and the New York Times threw everything they had at Mr. Bush, and the country rejected their values and agenda, not his."

Bi Partisan Cooperation and CBS

No more Bipartisan nonsense. The dems do not cooperate (ie. Judicial Appointments --Daschle, Schumer, Kennedy) We should force through what we can. Kick ass and take names.

Also, DO NOT ALLOW CBS INTO THE WHITE HOUSE. Drive them out of business. Have the FCC look into their partisan reporting, and fine them. There has to be an example, and the Tiffany Network should be it. Put Dan Rather's toupee on a spear and place it in a corner of the White House press room.

I hope GW eliminates about 6 Federal Agencies on 21 January, starting with the Department of Education, which is a redundant intrusion into states rights. Oh, the libs will scream, and scream, and scream.

Good, the more they scream the nuttier they look.

America’s Second Revolution - Kerry L. Marsala

America’s Second Revolution - Kerry L. Marsala - MensNewsDaily.com�

"On Election Day Americans stated, enough is enough. Americans believe in values, and the message was sent loud and clear to all the socialistic euro trash who were trying to steal America’s independence and sell it to the highest socialist bidder. America and her love of freedom isn’t for sale, she has been bought through blood and death - she is priceless.

Will the New York Times, Dan Rather, Ted Kennedy, Charlie Wrangle, Katie Couric, Ted Koppel, Bruce Springsteen, John F. Kerry, Al Franken, Hillary Clinton and the other socialist intelligentsia get it now? Will the elitist Euro wannabees who desire for us to join the “global test” and be under Kofi Anan now see that we will fight for our rights to keep our country?"

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

IMAO A Message to Liberals

"November 03, 2004
A Message to Liberals
Yeah, I do plan on a non-partisan essay later, but, right now, I would like to say to any liberals listening:

The largest amount of votes for a President ever!

I wonder if I could make a fortune selling a device for easily removing those 'Selected, Not Elected' bumper stickers?

BTW, if you have Glenn Beck, listen to him. His gloat fest is hilarious.
Oh, and one other thing...

Wow, Fahrenheit 9/11 really sold well on DVD. To everyone who bought it...

Now, all you liberals, flee for Canada or France before the hammer drops! Flee! Flee!
But, before you go, know that...

Posted by Frank J."

When I read this posting on IMAO I was shocked, SHOCKED.... Now is the time for conservatives to reach out our hands and sing Kumbaya with our liberal brothers.

But first, BWA HA HA HA HA

Want to See A Liberal Defined


Had something Seared SEARED into me this morning, as I initially contemplated GW's win and the other GOP gains.

For the first time in my life, I feel like I am a member of the majority party. Amazing. I went door to door for Goldwater before I could vote (age 15 or 16), and have consistently supported what I consident to be a decent fight against socialism, communism, unfairness, and indecency.

I believe the Republican party has become the Democratic party of my youth, and I'm not too happy about it (too much government spending and special interest pandering).

To my Democratic friends, you have to change your party. It is my earnest hope that Senator Kerry does not use the excuse of "provisional ballots" or "voter intimidation" to extend this election. If he does, he will completely destroy your party, or contribute more to its decline.

To all, I say our system works, I've always accepted the verdicts of the electorate, and God Bless America.


Tuesday, November 02, 2004

America's Accountability by Jacques Francois Kerry

boortz.com: Nealz Nuze Today's Nuze:
"The Poodle made a statement yesterday that proves once again that he views the United States through the prism of our standing with the Axis of Weasels. Here is what he said:

'This is the moment of accountability for America. All of the hopes and dreams of our country are on the line today. The choice is clear.'

The moment of accountability? Accountability to whom? The rest of the world? The United Nations? Old Europe? John Kerry believes that America should be accountable to someone or something ... wouldn't it be a good idea for him to tell us who or what? Kerry believes that our standing with the socialist terrorist appeasers abroad is not only important, but it is an approval we must seek and maintain. On the other hand, George Bush believes all terrorists should be killed, public opinion be damned. Who do you want protecting your children?"

Election Day

Well, It's 4:43 AM, and I'm heading to the shower to be at the polls at 6:00 when they open.

I checked the National Weather Service, and it looks to be an ugly day in Ohio and Pennsylvania, so I'm calling the election for GW. (See the Neal Boortz post from yesterday)

Good luck America... We'll see how it comes out (I hope tonight or tomorrow).

Rush -- What's at Stake in This Election

Rush Is Right: What's at Stake in This Election:
"In the America I thought I knew, John Kerry wouldn't be within 30 points, nor would anybody in the Democratic Party, using their campaign, their rhetoric, their mean-spirited bile. There's no candidate in their party using this campaign and using the allies they've used that would be within 30 points of George W. Bush. It may not be the America I know, so we have to fight for that, as well as our liberty at the same time -- and that's what it takes, folks. You have to fight, even for the people who are wrong. The people are too blind or too uninformed or too uneducated or too ignorant or too whatever to see the threat that faces them because they refuse to take a look at it. That's the job that we all have. That's what you do when you fight for your country: You fight for everybody in it. "

Enough Said

Monday, November 01, 2004

Let's hope for bad weather

boortz.com: Nealz Nuze Today's Nuze:
"Bush's best chance is rain ... bad weather in the battleground states. Bad weather will suppress the Democratic vote. And just why is that? Think about it. The Democratic party is the party of dependency; dependency on government.

If these people can't be expected to actually get an education, develop a job skill and find a job somewhere, and then manage to generate some degree of economic independence ... why would you expect them to get out there in bad weather to vote?

These people don't like hardship, and they don't like putting forth one more bit of effort than they have to in order to survive. If it rains many of them will stay indoors and let someone else take care of things for them. After all, that's been their lifestyle for years, why change now?"

Neal does it again... Are you offended? I have a hanky here somewhere......